Accomplished Practice 2 - Communication
 
 

PREPROFESSIONAL: The preprofessional teacher recognizes the need for effective communication in the classroom and is in the process of acquiring techniques which she/he will use in the classroom.

  • Provides opportunities for students to receive constructive feedback on individual work and behavior.
  • Identifies communication techniques for use with colleagues, school/community specialists, administrators, and families, including families whose home language is not English.
  • Establishes positive interactions between the teacher and students that are focused upon learning.
  • Encourages students in a positive and supportive manner.

Artifact 1

Link to ESOL Community List (Adobe Acrobat PDF)

Stephanie Musser
Teaching and Learning Process EPI 0020
Instructor: Ms. Barbara Wright
Assignment: Create a community resource list of organizations which can assist with ESOL family.

Florida Community Resource List
for ESOL families

Adult Literacy League, Inc., Family Literacy Services One-on-One Tutoring/Small Group Tutoring
Contact Information:
Region III Program Facilitator
Website: regioniiiadultliteracycenter.org
Email: regioniiialc@adultliteracyleague.org
Toll free number: 1-800-725-1895
Operated by Adult Literacy League, Inc.
345 N. Michigan St., Suite 100
Orlando, FL 32806
Ph: 407.422.1540, ext.13
Fax: 404.422.1529

Community Service Center of Central Florida
621 Wilks Avenue
Orlando, FL 32809 
The Community Service Center of Central Florida is committed to helping families and the community
through a variety of programs and services.
Office hours are Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Phone: 407-851-5920
Please call for appointments for services and information about programs.
Fax: 407-855-6189
Email: csc@cscfl.com

GROWS Literacy Council, Inc.
800 South Hawthorne Ave
Apopka , Florida 32703
Phone: 407-889-0100
Fax: 407-889-5576
E-Mail: Info@growsliteracy.org
GROWS Literacy Council program provides Second Language instruction and Family Literacy Programs to multi-cultural communities.

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
of Metro Orlando
315 E. Robinson St., Ste. 190  Orlando, FL 32801
Tel. 407.428.5870  Fax. 407.428.5871
info@hispanicchamber.net

Florida Literacy Coalition
934 North Magnolia Avenue, Suite 104, Orlando Florida, 32803-3854
Phone (407) 246-7110 Fax (407) 246-7104

Florida Literacy Hotline (800) 237-5113
Email:info@floridaliteracy.org

Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida
USA - Tel: (954) 965-1184, Fax:(954) 965-1187              
Brazil - Tel: (305) 579-9030, Fax:(305) 579-9756

Tel: (5511) 4427-9754
Please mail your correspondence to: P.O. Box 310038, Miami, FL 33231-0038

State of Florida.com is not associated in any way with the state government of Florida or any government agency. The State of Florida.com website is dedicated to providing useful and timely information about Florida, including web links, facts, subjects and issues of interest to Florida residents and visitors.
Mailing Address: 5125 Adanson Street, Suite 500, Orlando, FL 32804
www.myflorida.com/taxonomy/visitor/moving to florida/  
Community Coordinated Care for Children, Inc. (4C)
Orange County: (407) 522-2252 , 3500 West Colonial Drive , Orlando FL, 32808
Seminole County: (407) 324-9999 , 1414 Celery Ave , Sanford FL , 32771
Osceola County: (407) 846-5311, 2232-2236 Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy , Kissimmee FL , 34741

AT&T USADirect® In-Language Service
Your non-English-speaking friends and relatives living abroad can reach you using AT&T Operators
who speak their language.
When they call you collect or with an AT&T Calling Card, they simply dial the AT&T USADirect® In Language access number for their country and ask the operator to put their call through.

Gulf Coast Jewish Family Services, Inc. Florida Center for Survivors of Torture
14041 Icot Blvd., Clearwater, FL 33760
Service/Administration Phone: (727) 450-7273
We provided outreach, advocacy and support to vulnerable, underserved, non-English speaking victims of domestic violence, assault and consumer fraud. Our primary focus is to get otherwise reluctant individuals to come forward and assist them with the legal process of report crimes and filing for victim compensation.
Services: Community education; Criminal justice support/advocacy; Follow up contact; Information and referral; Outreach services; Personal advocacy; Professional training; Support groups; Telephone contacts; Translation services; Victims compensation claims
Victims Served: Assault victims; Domestic violence victims; Economic crime victims; Fraud victims
Counties Served: Pinellas, Pasco, Hillsborough
Circuits Served: 6, 13
Fee: No
Hours of Service: 8 am - 5 pm (flexible, if needed)
E Mail: FCST@GCJFS.org  Web Site: www.gcjfs.org
Contacts: Niki Kelly, Program Manager (727) 450-7284


Artifact 2

Link to 6th Grade Science Brochure (Adobe Acrobat PDF)

Stephanie Musser
Classroom Management EPI 0001
Instructor: Ms. Barbara Wright
Assignment: Group D Create an informative packet for parents and students.

Classroom Rules Brochure1

Classroom Rules Brochure2

 

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